Tuesday, February 27th
Liturgy February 25, 2024
Friday, February 23rd
Liturgy, February 18, 2024
Wednesday, February 14th
Liturgy February 11, 2024
Tuesday, February 6th
What you seek, you already have – Liturgy, February 4, 2024
Jesus reminded us that what we truly seek, is close at hand, it is very near. Take the time to be still and Know. Know this in the very depths of your being. This is true happiness.
Tuesday, December 26th
Tuesday, December 19th
Self–Compassion – Liturgy, December 17, 2023
Continuing with the advent theme of Celebrating Resilience, the topic this week is Self-Compassion. Margaret will reflect on how self-compassion is essential for resilience and enables us to be loving and compassionate to others and assists us to participate in the unfolding of compassion in our world.
Sunday, December 17th
Weather The Storm – Liturgy, December 10, 2023
This week, Narelle Mullins shares opportunities which others can present from which we can forge our own journey of resilience. The Homily will suggest examples of resilience in specific media presenters and others.. and connect qualities associated with resilience to the character of John the Baptist
Thursday, December 7th
Consider the Wildflower – liturgy December 3, 2023
This week we continue to explore the celebration of resilience. Liz will consider the practice of gratitude and its contribution to resilience.
Friday, December 1st
Celebrating Resilience – Liturgy, November 26, 2023
This Sunday we begin our countdown to Christmas. In a time of increasing uncertainty and distress for many people we look for signs of hope and comfort. A reason to keep going and to hang in there. Other people can inspire us, in particular those who display a determined resilience despite setbacks.
Tuesday, November 14th
Being aware of out spirit of Love – Liturgy November 12, 2023
This weekend our homilist is Brian O”Hanlon. Brian is a retired psychologist with a passion for understanding the nature of spirit.